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Sony Vaio VPCS111Fm Beep Error?

by rbuhre / March 29, 2012 7:49 AM PDT

Hi All -

My boss has a Sony Vaio VPCS111FM laptop we bought from Best Buy last year. It is a Intel i7 processor, Windows 7 with at least 4 GB ram.

Lately when he clicks on anything (file, program, windows explorer, etc) the laptop emits a single "beep" for each click. Each beep lasts no longer than 1 second.
I've tried to search Sony's support & ended up updating his BIOS to the latest version. This seemed to solve the "beep" noise, but now it is back. In speaking with Sony support, all they will suggest is to bring it in for service which will be $129 minimum. They seem to think it is a hardware error, but cannot be certain.

Has anybody else had this happen with your Sony Vaio?
Does anybody have a solution?

Thanks
Robert

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Seems others hear that.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 29, 2012 3:03 PM PDT
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same prob
by garrykamboj / January 30, 2013 8:45 AM PST

we have same problem with same model. Its CPU and HDD was failed in first few months of purchase which they changed under warranty ..but whenever we watch any show online, it gives annoying sound...Not sure whats it but for sure it is manufacturing defect...
Turned out Sony isn't doing good job..

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